Meet Jewel the Mer-owl! She is a friendly and girly Yoohoo and Friends owl with a mermaid tail. She loves swimming in the ocean and flying high in the sky. Her BFF is Luna, who is also a Yoohoo and Friends owl. Jewel’s favorite foods are cake and strawberries and she loves to drink tea. She is obsessed with anything pink or sparkly and she gets really psyched when she sees a rainbow. Jewel is a really cool girl!
This is a puppy I recently fostered, Monkey Bread! She was adopted but she was sooooo sweet!!!
Meet Peaches, our current foster dog. She is about 10 weeks old and we have no idea what breed she is, but maybe some of these: Hound, Lab, Beagle, Boxer… who knows! Anyway, she is the sweetest little girl and I want to keep her so badly!!! https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/37102172
Hi guys! Clover here!!! I’m soooo sorry that I haven’t posted anything in a while. A lot has happened since “Pretty Butterfly” – foster dogs, new stuffies, and other things. But the most exciting and important thing is that I got a new dog!!! His name is Happy, and I adopted him on November 19th. Here are some pictures of him!!!
Happy is approximately 5 years old and we are pretty sure he’s a Beagle/Coonhound mix.
Look at this super pretty butterfly! We have lots of wildlife here at our new house and I’m loving it! This butterfly was on the screen door.
Hi guys! Today I am going to show you how to make ice cream for stuffies! It is super-duper simple!
All you will need is:
- Air-Dry Clay
- A brown Sharpie marker (optional)
- An empty, clean, and dry fruit or yogurt cup
Put clay in to your cup, rounding it at the top, and use the Sharpie marker to make chocolate chips. Let it dry. The carton says that drying takes 3-4 days, but I think it could dry in 1-2. If you want a different “flavor” ice cream, skip the chocolate chips and paint it after it is dry.
Emmy Rose loves her ice cream!!!
Introducing my new foster dog, Emmet! He is a super sweet little puppy! Click here to adopt him!
Age: 3 or 4 months
Here is a random cute duck! 😉